#FAWNL: Doncaster Rovers Belles twice come from behind to go second

Doncaster Rovers Belles go second in the table
Doncaster Rovers Belles move up to second in FAWNL Division 1 Midlands. (Photo: Julian Barker)

Doncaster Rovers Belles won a seven-goal thriller at Holwell Sports to go second in the FA Women’s National League Division 1 Midlands.

Northern Premier

Middlesbrough P-P Derby County

Southern Premier

Keynsham Town 2-1 Milton Keynes Dons

Keynsham Town are up to eighth in the Southern Premier after a 2-1 defeat of winless MK Dons, with all the goals coming after the interval.

Division 1 Midlands

Bedworth United A-A Leek Town
Boldmere St Michaels A-A Peterborough United
Holwell Sports 3-4 Doncaster Rovers Belles
Sporting Khalsa P-P Solihull Moors

Doncaster’s 4-3 win at Holwell Sports was the only Division 1 Midlands match completed, pushing the Belles into second place, two points behind leaders Lincoln City. Twice behind, Hannah McWilliams netted twice for the visitors and Jess Price chipped home a late winner.

Boldmere were 4-2 up against Peterborough when the match was abandoned on 69 minutes due to the weather.

Division 1 North

Barnsley P-P Alnwick Town
Durham Cestria P-P FC United of Manchester
Stockport County P-P Chester le Street Town

Division 1 South East

Cambridge United 0-2 London Seaward
Harlow Town 2-1 Enfield Town

Georgia Box and Chloe Bassett had Harlow two up and although Katie O’Leary replied before the break for Enfield, the hosts successfully fought to hold onto the lead and bank a second ever win at this level.

London Seaward are just a point short of fourth-placed Cambridge United, whom they beat 2-0 away with two first-half goals.

Division 1 South West

Portishead 1-1 Larkhall Athletic
Swindon Town 6-1 Poole Town

Larkhall held mid-table Portishead, whose early effort from Keiana Jones was cancelled out by an own-goal.

Swindon Town are seventh after putting six past Poole, three of those scored by Ellie Olds.

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